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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002) as Herself
A documentary about a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists.
2.
19th Annual American Music Awards (1992) as Presenter
A presentation of the 19th annual American Music Awards honoring outstanding performers in American music. Winners are determined by the record-buying public in such areas as pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, country, heavy metal, rap and dance.
3.
Blues Brothers, The (1980) as Choir Soloist
Jake and Elwood Blues endeavor to raise $5,000 for their childhood parrish by putting their old band back together uand taking their show on the road. While touring, they manage to wreak havoc on the entire city of Chicago and much of the midwest.

Music (feature film)

4.
Blended (2014)
A man and a woman find themselves and their kids from previous marriages stuck on a resort after a horrible blind date.
5.
Love Ranch (2010)
As proprietors of Nevada's first legalized brothel, Grace and Charlie Bontempo aren't your typical married couple. But when Grace falls for a heavyweight boxer contracted to Charlie, passions erupt, leading to murderous consequences.
6.
Love Ranch (2010)
As proprietors of Nevada's first legalized brothel, Grace and Charlie Bontempo aren't your typical married couple. But when Grace falls for a heavyweight boxer contracted to Charlie, passions erupt, leading to murderous consequences.
7.
Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns (2008)
A single mother rediscovers the joys of family A single mother living in inner city Chicago, Brenda has been struggling for years to make ends meet and keep her three kids off the street. But when she's laid off with no warning, she starts losing hope for the first time - until a letter arrives announcing the death of a father she's never met. Desperate for any kind of help, Brenda takes her family to Georgia for the funeral. But nothing could have prepared her for the Browns, her father's fun-loving, crass Southern clan. In a small-town world full of long afternoons and country fairs, Brenda struggles to get to know the family she never knew existed and finds a brand new romance that just might change her life.
8.
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)
Chuck Levine and Larry Valentine are the pride of their fire station: two guy's guys always side-by-side and willing to do anything for each other. Salt-of-the-earth widower Larry wants just one thing: to protect his family. His buddy Chuck also wants one thing: to enjoy the single life. Grateful Chuck owes Larry for saving his life in a fire, and Larry calls in that favor big time when civic red tape prevents him from naming his own two kids as his life insurance beneficiaries. All that Chuck has to do is claim to be Larry's domestic partner on some city forms. Easy. Nobody will ever know. But when an overzealous, spot-checking bureaucrat becomes suspicious, the new couple's arrangement becomes a citywide issue and goes from confidential to front-page news. Forced to improvise as love-struck newlyweds, Chuck and Larry must now fumble through a hilarious charade of domestic bliss under one roof. After surviving their mandatory honeymoon and dodging the threat of exposure, the well-intentioned con men discover that sticking together in your time of need is what truly makes a family.
9.
Cleaner (2007)
An extremely hygienic man uses his urge in his professional life as a crime scene Cleaner. When he becomes involved in a job he later finds out was a covered up murder, he gets tied in to a web of deception, that un-earths his own family's long buried pain and secrets.
10.
Madea's Family Reunion (2006)
An unstoppable force of nature, southern matriarch Madea may have finally taken on more than she can chew. She has just been court ordered to be in charge of Nikki, a rebellious runaway, her nieces Lisa and Vanessa are suffering relationship trouble, and through it all she has to organize her family reunion. As the reunion approaches, secrets are revealed and tensions rise. Madea must use every tactic in her arsenal to not only keep the peace, but keep her family together.
11.
Mission: Impossible III (2006)
Recently retired, Agent Ethan Hunt lives a slower-paced life training new IMF agents. With this change, new opportunities enter his life, including a possible marriage to his girlfriend Julia. However, when a new conflict arises, Ethan is called back to duty to confront the toughest villain he's ever faced - Owen Davian, an international weapons and information provider with no remorse and no conscience.
12.
Hitch (2005) as Song Performer ("I Feel For You")
Alex "Hitch" Hitchens is a legendary--and deliberately anonymous--New York City "date doctor" who, for a fee, has helped countless men woo the women of their dreams. While coaching Albert, a meek accountant who is smitten with a glamorous celebrity, Allegra Cole, Hitch finally meets his match in the person of the gorgeous, whip-smart Sara Melas, a gossip columnist who follows Allegra's every move. The ultimate professional bachelor, Hitch suddenly finds himself falling deliriously in love with Sarah, a reporter whose biggest scoop could very well be the unmasking of Manhattan's most famous date doctor.
13.
Get Rich or Die Tryin' (2005)
Marcus has always known he was going to be a rapper, but when his mother is murdered, he turns to dealing--hustling drugs pays the rent. As his world spirals out of control, he begins to apply the same manic intensity to his writing as he does to dealing; he has to write down his words to stay sane
14.
Roll Bounce (2005)
It's the summer of '78 and if you're looking for good times there is just one place to go: the local roller disco, where the music is hot, the girls are hotter, and the entire atmosphere is dynamite. It is here, under the swirling colored lights and the spinning disco ball that thousands will experi
15.
Roll Bounce (2005)
It's the summer of '78 and if you're looking for good times there is just one place to go: the local roller disco, where the music is hot, the girls are hotter, and the entire atmosphere is dynamite. It is here, under the swirling colored lights and the spinning disco ball that thousands will experi
16.
Cookout, The (2004)
When Todd Anderson is chosen as the #1 NBA draft pick by the New Jersey Nets, he signs a contract for thirty million dollars that instantly changes his life. Whether he likes it or not his mom, Lady Em, is not going to let her son forget his roots. When Todd buys a new house and mistakenly invites family from the old neighborhood for a cookout on the same day he scheduled an endorsement interview, chaos erupts and Todd must choose between his down home roots and his newfound celebrity.
17.
Cookout, The (2004)
When Todd Anderson is chosen as the #1 NBA draft pick by the New Jersey Nets, he signs a contract for thirty million dollars that instantly changes his life. Whether he likes it or not his mom, Lady Em, is not going to let her son forget his roots. When Todd buys a new house and mistakenly invites family from the old neighborhood for a cookout on the same day he scheduled an endorsement interview, chaos erupts and Todd must choose between his down home roots and his newfound celebrity.
18.
Hollywood Homicide (2003) as Song Performer ("You Got The Love")
Veteran detective Joe Gavilan, a weary but tenacious police veteran at the top of his game professionally, though his personal life is rapidly unraveling. His partner, K.C. Calden, seems to be more interested in his side jobs as a yoga teacher and aspiring actor than in the high-profile gangland-sty
19.
Deliver Us from Eva (2003) as Song Performer ("Sweet Thing")
A trio of men plot to free themselves of their mates' unattached and seemingly omnipresent older sister Eva. Eva has a sweet face but a steely disposition: a few choice words from her and a once-confident man becomes a virtual basket case. Eva has been in charge of her younger sisters ever since their parents died, many years ago. The mere fact that they're married or engaged hasn't deterred her one bit from continuing to take charge of their lives. But the cost of putting family first has been the deferral of her own dreams--and the assumption of a harder-than-nails personality that no man has been able to crack. Eva's uncanny ability to interfere with her sisters' affairs has not endeared her to their spouses and partners. The men would also like to close out and divide the family trust fund that Eva oversees. So they concoct a simple plan: compensate cash-strapped ladies' man Ray Adams to romance and distract Eva from her financial duties. Sparks fly between Ray and Eva--but the plan goes awry, leading to surprising consequences and complications.
20.
National Security (2003) as Song Performer ("All Good")
Earl and Hank have only one thing in common: they're both L.A.P.D. rejects. One just got kicked out of the force--the other can't even get in. After confronting each other on opposite sides of the law, during a traffic stop that escalates out of control, these two luckless individuals end up partnered as lowly security guards. Despite being damned to the lowest rung of the law enforcement ladder, Earl and Hank uncover a sophisticated smuggling operation led by Nash and his band of thugs. When Earl and Hank get their hands on some hot property, they go on the run from, first, the bad guys, then, the L.A.P.D.--led by Lt. Washington and Detective McDuff. What these two unlikely partners do to law enforcement is a crime, but they just might save the day. That is, if they don't kill each other first.
21.
Deliver Us from Eva (2003) as Song ("Sweet Thing")
A trio of men plot to free themselves of their mates' unattached and seemingly omnipresent older sister Eva. Eva has a sweet face but a steely disposition: a few choice words from her and a once-confident man becomes a virtual basket case. Eva has been in charge of her younger sisters ever since their parents died, many years ago. The mere fact that they're married or engaged hasn't deterred her one bit from continuing to take charge of their lives. But the cost of putting family first has been the deferral of her own dreams--and the assumption of a harder-than-nails personality that no man has been able to crack. Eva's uncanny ability to interfere with her sisters' affairs has not endeared her to their spouses and partners. The men would also like to close out and divide the family trust fund that Eva oversees. So they concoct a simple plan: compensate cash-strapped ladies' man Ray Adams to romance and distract Eva from her financial duties. Sparks fly between Ray and Eva--but the plan goes awry, leading to surprising consequences and complications.
22.
National Security (2003) as Song ("All Good")
Earl and Hank have only one thing in common: they're both L.A.P.D. rejects. One just got kicked out of the force--the other can't even get in. After confronting each other on opposite sides of the law, during a traffic stop that escalates out of control, these two luckless individuals end up partnered as lowly security guards. Despite being damned to the lowest rung of the law enforcement ladder, Earl and Hank uncover a sophisticated smuggling operation led by Nash and his band of thugs. When Earl and Hank get their hands on some hot property, they go on the run from, first, the bad guys, then, the L.A.P.D.--led by Lt. Washington and Detective McDuff. What these two unlikely partners do to law enforcement is a crime, but they just might save the day. That is, if they don't kill each other first.
23.
Hollywood Homicide (2003) as Song ("You Got The Love")
Veteran detective Joe Gavilan, a weary but tenacious police veteran at the top of his game professionally, though his personal life is rapidly unraveling. His partner, K.C. Calden, seems to be more interested in his side jobs as a yoga teacher and aspiring actor than in the high-profile gangland-sty
24.
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002) as Song Performer ("Ain'T No Mountain High Enough"); Song Performer ("What'S Going On")
A documentary about a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists.
25.
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) as Song Performer ("I'M Every Woman")
About a girl in her thirties living in London.
26.
How High (2001) as Song ("Sweet Thing")
About two guys who's pot smoking habits increase their intelligence to the point where they get accepted into Harvard University. When school starts, they run out of pot and must now rely on their natural intelligence to get through the s
27.
Next Friday (2000) as Song Performer ("Tell Me Something Good")
An inner city youth must move to the suburbs to escape trouble from his neighborhood. Sequel.
28.
Disappearing Acts (2000)
A love story following the relationship between Franklin Swift, a sometimes-employed Brooklyn construction worker and Zora Banks, a music teacher and aspiring singer-songwriter who's about to get her big break. Confronted with a myriad of financial, social and job-related challenges, the couple is f
29.
Maze (2000) as Song Performer
Downtown New York City. Lyle Maze is a sensitive and charming sculptor who has Tourette Syndrome. Isolated by his own fear, and other people's misconceptions, he is convinced he'll never find true love. In fact, Lyle feels comfortable only when he's with his best friend Mike or Mike's girlfriend Cal
30.
Down in the Delta (1998) as Song Performer ("Don'T Talk To Strangers")
An elderly African-American woman, desperate to get her family out of the Chicago projects, sends them to live with her brother-in-law in Mississippi. Loretta isn't keen to go, as she drinks too much and the uncle lives in a dry county. Uncle Earl has enough on his plate already, as he has a struggl
31.
Safe Men (1998) as Song Perforer ("Tell Me Something Good" (With Rufus))
A tale about two tremendously untalented singers who, in a classic case of mistaken identity, are believed to be the best safe crackers in Providence, Rhode Island. Thought to be criminals, the pair are drawn to the not-so-nefarious netherworld of the city's Jewish mafia, a "mob" that seems to consi
32.
Prefontaine (1997) as Song Performer ("Once You Get Started")
Biographical film on the tragically short life of American track and field star Steve Prefontaine, who died in a car wreck at the age of 24 just before the 1976 Olympics.
33.
Set It Off (1996) as Song Performer ("Missing You")
Stony, Cleo, Tisean and Frankie have been through a lot together while growing up in the projects of Los Angeles. They've been scammed by sleazy employers, slammed by heartless boyfriends, and slapped around by neighborhood cops. No matter how tough the going got--when one found herself in trouble, she had three life-long friends backing her up. Now comes the ultimate test. A tragic chain of events has brought these inseparable companions closer than ever. With their world in turmoil and their backs against the wall, they decide to seize their fortune--literally. Virtually overnight, the women spiral into an uncharacteristic world of crime. Targeting the banks of LA, the quartet rob the city's most vulnerable financial institutions. Flush with cash, they discover that easy money can inch them towards their elusive goal of escaping from the projects. But with the police hot on their trail, breaking out of prison may be easier than busting free from the 'hood.
34.
Bebe's Kids (1992) as Song ("All My Love")
A first date turns sour due to interference by some inner city kids.
37.
White Nights (1985) as Song Performer ("The Other Side Of The World")
A top Russian ballet dancer, who defected to the US, crash lands back in his own country. The KGB throws him in Siberia to live with an American expatriate and his Russian wife as a way of convincing him to stay in his homeland.
38.
Krush Groove (1985)
Russell Walker is a young, successful manager of rap performers, handling acts for the Krush Groove label, including Run-DMC and The Fat Boys. When Run-D.M.C. has a hit record and Russell needs more money to press more copies, he borrows it from a street hustler and soon regrets his decision.
39.
Protocol (1984) as Song Performer ("I Feel For You")
A woman lands a menial government job in Washington, but soon finds herself embroiled in some major dealing with Middle-Eastern leaders.
40.
Moscow on the Hudson (1984) as Song Performer ("Freedom" "Starting Over")
While on a tour of the US, a sweet-natured Russian musician makes the sudden decision to defect. Living in New York City he struggles to attain the "American Dream" and falls in love with an Italian woman in the process.
41.
Superman III (1983) as Song Performer ("No See No Cry")
Superman battles a supercomputer and the evil businessman exploiting it.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

42.
Queens of Comedy, The (2001)
Comedy special showcasing the talents of four African-American female stand-up comics from the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee. The program also features behind-the-scenes footage.
43.
Queens of Comedy, The (2001) as Performed ("I'M Every Woman")
Comedy special showcasing the talents of four African-American female stand-up comics from the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee. The program also features behind-the-scenes footage.

Cast (special)

44.
VH1 Divas (2004)
Live coverage of VH1's seventh annual Divas benefit.
45.
Evening of Stars 25th Anniversary: Tribute to Lou Rawls, An (2004) as Performer
A musical celebration honoring Lou Rawls and benefitting the United Negro College Fund.
46.
VH1 Divas Duets (2003)
Live special benefitting the Save the Music Foundation featuring host Queen Latifah, Chaka Khan, Mary J. Blige, and Jewel as well as announcing the winner of VH1 reality series "Born to Diva" who will perform a specially written song.
47.
2003 Essence Music Festival, The (2003) as Performer
Presentation of the 2003 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans, featuring performances from the top artists in R&B and Hip Hop. Performers will also pay tribute to the music of Luther Vandross.
48.
Intimate Portrait: Chaka Khan (2003) as Interviewee
A look at singer Chaka Khan with clips from her past and interviews with those closest to her.
49.
5th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (2002)
Coverage of the 5th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest featuring performances of classic and contemporary holiday songs.
50.
Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards (2001)
Twelfth annual Disney's American Teacher Awards, honoring members of the teaching profession in the United States.
51.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, An (2001)
Telecast of the annual benefit for the United Negro College Fund.
52.
2001 Essence Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 15th annual Essence Awards presentation, honoring the contributions of African-Americans. The theme of this year's ceremony is "Courage and Tenacity." Taped at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
53.
4th Annual Soul Train Christmas Starfest (2001)
Coverage of the fourth annual Soul Train Christmas Star Fest.
54.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, An (2000)
Annual variety gala to benefit the United Negro College Fund and salute the importance of higher education.
55.
Equality Rocks (2000)
Telecast of excerpts from the Equality Rocks concert held April 29, 2000 in Washington, D.C., to benefit the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the national gay-rights group that organized the four-hour concert. The concert slogan is: "Dream. Hope. Rock."
56.
All-Star Tribute to Joni Mitchell, An (2000)
Concert special that pays tribute to singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
57.
2nd Annual Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (1999)
A celebration of holiday music from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
58.
VH1 Divas Live '99 (1999)
Top female voices perform on stage for one night only from the Beacon Theater in New York City to benefit VH1 Save the Music, a pro-social initiative that supports music education in public schools.
59.
26th Annual American Music Awards, The (1999) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 26th annual American Music Awards.
60.
Sinbad's Soul Music Festival (1999)
Actor/comedian Sinbad hosts an R&B music festival from the Lionel Roberts Stadium on the island of St. Thomas.
61.
1998 Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (1998)
Special holiday concert hosted by Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle and Brian McKnight.
62.
4th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, The (1998) as Award Recipient
Ceremony honoring some of the top women in rhythm and blues, jazz, rap, hip hop and gospel at the fourth annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards.
63.
Quincy Jones -- The First 50 Years (1998)
Tribute to Quincy Jones, the renowned composer, arranger and producer, celebrating Jones' 50 years in the entertainment industry. This special features appearances and performances from top stars in the entertainment industry and serves as a benefit for the United Negro College Fund.
64.
1998 Essence Awards, The (1998)
Presentation of the eleventh annual Essence Awards, highlighting the contributions of outstanding African-Americans, from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York.
65.
39th Grammy Awards (1997)
Live presentation of the 39th annual Grammy Awards from Madison Square Garden, New York.
66.
Songs & Visions (1997)
A musical event from Wembley Stadium in London featuring the greatest pop hits from the past 40 years performed by today's top recording artists. Songs are introduced with images of the year of the song including news footage and visual icons from the worlds of fashion, pop culture and movies. The e
67.
3rd Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, The (1997) as Host
Telecast of the third annual awards ceremony honoring black women who have distinguished themselves in various musical categories, including R&B, rap, jazz, hip-hop and gospel.
68.
1996 NCLR Bravo Awards, The (1996)
Presentation of the NCLR Bravo Awards, which celebrates Latin music and culture and honors individuals who are responsible for the creation and positive portrayal of Latinos in American film and television.
69.
Sinbad's Summer Jam II: 70's Soul Music Festival (1996)
Live concert of pop music from Montego Bay, Jamaica, hosted by Sinbad.
70.
People (1995) as Voice
Animated special celebrating cultural diversity as told through the adventures of a young girl and her grandfather who take a magical journey exploring various people and cultures around the globe.
71.
In a New Light '94 (1994)
The third annual entertainment and information special about AIDS, as part of the National Night Against AIDS.
72.
Essence Awards, The (1994)
A presentation of the Essence Awards, honoring the lives and achievements of African-Americans who have made significant contributions in their respective fields.
73.
35th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1993)
Live coverage of the 35th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music recording industry. Broadcast from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.
74.
Great Performances' 20th Anniversary Special (1992) as ("The Hallelujah Chorus: A Soulful Celebration")
A special celebrating the 20th anniversary of "Great Performances" by commissioning short new works by 20 performing artists. Segment performances include: "Kiss, Kiss Dahlings," "Not My Girl," "A Simple Melody," "Zoetrope," "Hip Hop - You Don't Stop," "Frankie Goes to Tanglewood," "The Last Mile,"
75.
Grammy Legends Show (1990)
Honoring Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel and Quincy Jones, who were chosen by the Board of Trustees of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences as 1990's Grammy Living Legends.
76.
Christmas With the Stars: An International Earthquake Benefit (1989)
Live broadcast of a three-hour benefit for the victims of the Armenian and San Francisco Bay Area earthquakes.
77.
2nd Annual Soul Train Music Awards, The (1988)
Live coverage of the 2nd annual Soul Train Music Awards from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Awards are presented in 14 different categories to honor all forms of black music. Gladys Knight and the Pips receive this year's Heritage Award for career achievement.
78.
Blues Session: B.B. King & Friends, A (1987)
A blues concert taped at Los Angeles' Ebony Theater on April 15, 1987, featuring four-time Grammy Award winner B.B. King with a host of rock, blues and soul greats. This concert marks the final concert performance of Paul Butterfield due to his untimely death a few weeks after the taping.
79.
CBS' HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA (1984)
A musical celebration of New Year's Eve, 1984.

Music (special)

80.
2001 Essence Awards, The (2001) as Song Performer
Coverage of the 15th annual Essence Awards presentation, honoring the contributions of African-Americans. The theme of this year's ceremony is "Courage and Tenacity." Taped at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
81.
32nd NAACP Image Awards, The (2001) as Song Performer
Coverage of the 32nd annual NAACP Image Awards presentation from the Universal Amphitheatre.
82.
Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards (2001) as Song Performer ("I Believe")
Twelfth annual Disney's American Teacher Awards, honoring members of the teaching profession in the United States.
83.
Equality Rocks (2000) as Song Performer
Telecast of excerpts from the Equality Rocks concert held April 29, 2000 in Washington, D.C., to benefit the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the national gay-rights group that organized the four-hour concert. The concert slogan is: "Dream. Hope. Rock."
84.
All-Star Tribute to Joni Mitchell, An (2000) as Song Performer
Concert special that pays tribute to singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
85.
1998 Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (1998) as Song Performer
Special holiday concert hosted by Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle and Brian McKnight.
86.
1998 Essence Awards, The (1998) as Song Performer
Presentation of the eleventh annual Essence Awards, highlighting the contributions of outstanding African-Americans, from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York.
87.
People (1995) as Song Performer ("Festa Brasilera")
Animated special celebrating cultural diversity as told through the adventures of a young girl and her grandfather who take a magical journey exploring various people and cultures around the globe.
88.
In a New Light '94 (1994) as Song Performer ("Here I Am")
The third annual entertainment and information special about AIDS, as part of the National Night Against AIDS.
89.
Sexual Healing (1993) as Song ("Sweet Thing")
A lonely man and an unhappily married woman "meet" over a phone sex line.
90.
Best of Cinemax Sessions, The (1990) as Song Performer ("Why I Sing The Blues" Let The Good Times Roll")
A music special celebrating Cinemax's 10th anniversary. Features performances from past presentations of "Cinemax Sessions" by contemporary music performers in collaboration with legendary performers who have influenced their careers.
91.
Grammy Legends Show (1990) as Song Performer ("The Places You Find Love" "We Are The World")
Honoring Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel and Quincy Jones, who were chosen by the Board of Trustees of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences as 1990's Grammy Living Legends.

Music (special)

92.
Girl Thing, A (2001)
Consists of four separate stories featuring women who are dealing with the unexpected twists and turns that life takes. In each story, one of the women is seeing psychiatrist Dr. Beth Noonan, who attempts to help each of them succesfully make a major transition in their lives, while Dr. Noonan strug

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